The Statue Erected By The State of New Hampshire In honor Of General John Stark


General John Stark was a part of Rogers Rangers and fought in the Revolutionary War

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The Statue Erected By The State of New Hampshire In honor Of General John Stark; A Sketch Of Its Inception, Erection, and Dedication. A Hardcover book, 1890.  62 pages.  Size of the book is approx.  7.5” x 9.5”.

This book is in good plus condition; no dust jacket, not sure if it was issued with one.  The covers are scuffed and the edges and spine are worn outside.  The pages are clean with crisp corners.  A few of the last few pages have a very slight wave near the spine.  Binding is tight.

This book is a dedication for Pre-Rev & Revolutionary War General John Stark, of New Hampshire.

Written on page 25, “Braddock’s plan of the campaign of 1755, consisted of three independent movements…and a third, led by General William Johnson, against Crown Point. The New Hampshire forces, commanded by Colonel Blanchard, were assigned to this expedition.  A corps of rangers, recruited by the famous Robert Rogers (ROGERS RANGERS), was attached to this command.  These men were rugged foresters, experienced in hardships and dangers, and, as marksmen, their aim was deadly.  Of this number, John Stark, though yet a youth, was a man of mark and commissioned as second lieutenant.”  

After a few years, Stark retired (p28), but he was a “delegate to the county congress in January, 1775, and an active and vigilant member of the Committee of Safety of his town…” and events soon afterwards had “Captain John Stark…unanimously elected colonel of one regiment of fourteen companies….” and then subsequently fought during the Revolutionary War. There is so much more to read about the contributions General John Stark made for our country in the dedication,



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